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In 2018, some 72.2 million passengers used Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport to fly in and out of France. There were 480,945 aircraft movements in 2018, a steady increase year after year. By 2025 the airport is expected to have reached its capacity with 80 million passengers. The airport carries the IATA code of CDG and the ICAO code of LFPG. Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport lies ca 25 km or 16 miles northeast of Paris. It is also known as Roissy Airport.
Roissy Airport or Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport lies 119 meters or 392 feet above sea level, at 49°00'35”N 002°32'52”E. It is a hub for airlines Air France, the country's flagship carrier, and easyJet, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Vueling and HOP!.
Flight connections with Paris Charles de Gaulle international airport include Berlin in Germany, Beijing and Fouzhou in China, Granada in Spain, New York, Catania on Sicily (Italy) and Guadeloupe's Pointe-à-Pitre airport.
There are three terminals: Terminal 1, Terminal 2 with its satellites A, C, D, E, F and G and Terminal 3.
Arrivals and Departures Halls offer passengers free WiFi access. Passengers need simply select 'WiFi – Airport' or 'WiFi-Airport-Standard' on their mobile device, such as a laptop, mobile phone or tablet, and a screen will come up where they can choose the type of WiFi service that will suit them best. Standard is free and unlimited, but slightly slower. For around 10.00 euros for a 24-hour period it's possible to get a faster, advertisement-free WiFi service.
Both Arrivals and Departures at all terminals offer a wide range of services, including car rental desks, tax refund offices and lost luggage desks, lounges, cash machines and banking branches, currency exchange and transfer, post offices and pharmacies. At Terminal satellites 2D and 2F there is an HSBC bank branch located in the public shopping area, where the exchange module of TGV and RER trains is located. This branch is open from Monday to Friday from 8.45 am to 05.00 pm, tel +33 (0) 1 48 62 33 99.
Cafés and restaurants at the terminals include fast food outlets like McDonalds, Marks & Spencer Foods, Café Eiffel, Sushi Shop, Starbucks coffee shops, Pret A Manger branches and Caviar House.
The retail areas at the terminals include famous brands like Hugo Boss and Hermès, Bvlgari, Dior, Fendi Roma, Gucci, L'Occitane, Longchamps, Michael Kors, Saint Laurent and Swarowski. Duty Free Shopping is open from the first flight of the day to the last one at night, and passengers only need to show their boarding pass to access Duty Free Shopping.
Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport began as Paris North Airport (Aéroport de Paris Nord) in 1966, and was later renamed Paris Charles de Gaulle in 1974. The Customer Services Department is open 7 days a week, from 6.30 am to 11.30 pm, tel +33 (0) 1 70 36 3950. Calling this line may incur a charge of 0.35 euros incl tax/min from landlines in mainland France.
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